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Denell Lee Boyd

Firefighter III and PIO

Cobb County

HQ Phone:  (770) 980-2000

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Email: d***@***.org

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Cobb County

240 Interstate North Pkwy SE

Atlanta, Georgia, 30339

United States

Company Description

The Cobb County Sheriff's Office has a lateral entry program for law enforcement officers and encourages peace officers currently thinking about a change to take a good look at our agency. We are a large progressive agency that can offer many career opportunit...more

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News | Austell News

According to Denell Boyd with the Cobb County Fire Department, none of the injuries were life-threatening.
She says most of the kids in the van were not wearing seat belts, including one that should have been in a car seat. Boyd said she did not have word on where the group was from or where they were going.


http://www.newschannel9.com/template/inews_wire/wires.regional.ga/31ef73d5-www.newschannel9.com.shtml

Denell Boyd of the Cobb County Fire Department said a boater spotted the body near the riverbank behind the amusement park in the Austell area Monday afternoon.


http://www.11alive.com/news/article/320299/40/Teens-leg-severed-trying-to-push-car

Denell Boyd, the public information officer for the Cobb County Fire Department, says two teenage girls were helping their grandmother push a car steered by their mother.


http://www.mdjonline.com/view/full_story/24274153/article-Two-West-Cobb-homes-hit-by-lightning-Sunday-morning?

Two west Cobb homes were thought to have been hit by lightning Sunday morning, causing minor damage, said Denell Lee Boyd, a spokesman for the Cobb County Fire Department.
At around 8 a.m., lightening hit a hole in the front door at 1344 Benbrooke Lane, Acworth, and started a small fire, which was out by the time the fire department arrived, Boyd said. Firefighters covered the hole with a tarp. No injuries were reported, but Boyd said the family was evacuated when firefighters arrived. Just a few minutes later, at 8:16 a.m., the fire officials were called to 1619 Fernstone Dr. in Acworth after lightning struck the house and generated smoke in the attic, Boyd said. The family was evacuated, and there was some damage to the home, but Boyd could not elaborate Sunday morning. No injuries were reported, he added.


http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story_sports/24275231/article-Two-west-Cobb-homes-hit-by-lightning-Sunday-morning?instance=prep_sports_news

MARIETTA - Two west Cobb homes were thought to have been hit by lightning Sunday morning, causing minor damage, said Denell Lee Boyd, a spokesman for the Cobb County Fire Department.
At about 8 a.m., lightning hit a hole in the front door at of a home on Benbrooke Lane in Acworth, and started a small fire, which was out by the time the fire department arrived, Boyd said. Firefighters covered the hole with a tarp. No injuries were reported, but Boyd said the family was evacuated when firefighters arrived. Just a few minutes later, at 8:16 a.m., the fire officials were called to Fernstone Drive in Acworth after lightning struck a house and generated smoke in the attic, Boyd said. The family was evacuated, and there was some damage to the home, but Boyd could not elaborate Sunday. No injuries were reported, he added.


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